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The best moments from Uribe's managerial debut

Juan Uribe manages the Dodgers in final game

While you were wrapped up in no-hitters, postseason clinches and all the other madness that happened in Game 162 on Sunday, you may have missed a man making his managerial debut. This man, to be exact:


Although Juan Uribe didn't implement a couture casual dress code, he did have some fine moments on the field. Here are a few below:

Juan Don (donning a Mattingly jersey) delivered the lineup card to umpires before the game:


Juan quickly changed into a Tommy Lasorda jersey and sought out bench coach Hanley Wallach for help delivering signs:


Later, the acting manager made an important pitching change in the 9-1 contest:


He also knew the importance of being the first to greet players after they made a big play:



The Dodgers beat the Rockies 10-5 and Juan is 1-0 as a big league manager:


After the game, he discussed his debut -- saying he would prefer playing over managing and, thus, remain undefeated as a skipper.

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